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Hien Nguyen (Fed)

Publications

2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

Author(s)
Richard A. Rouil, Tom Henderson, Marco Mezzavilla, Michele Polese, Jaden Pieper, Chunmei Liu, Silas Thompson, David W. Griffith, Christopher Walton, Christopher D. Dennis, Fabio C. da Silva, John S. Garofolo, James M. Horan, Samuel Hood, Julie Stroup, Christine Task, Terese Manley, Sam Ray, Alison Kahn, Maxwell Maurice, Hien V. Nguyen, Frederick R. Byers, Kristen K. Greene, Mary Theofanos, Yee-Yin Choong, Sandra Spickard Prettyman, Pamela J. Konkol, Jeffrey Cichonski, Bill Fisher, Gema Howell, Mike Dolan, Adam Lewis, Michael Ogata, John Beltz, Michael Bartock, Sarah Hughes, Santosh Rajvaidya, Craig Connelly, Scott Ledgerwood, Megan Waldock, Dereck R. Orr, Donald Bradshaw, Jeb Benson
2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

PSCR 2020_Resilient Communication Network Platform

Author(s)
Samuel L. Ray, Hien V. Nguyen
PSCR has been researching deployable communications systems for first responders since 2015. In this session, PSCR presents the latest addition to our research

PSCR 2020_INNOVATING ON DRONE TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT FIRST RESPONDER MISSIONS

Author(s)
Hien V. Nguyen, Maxwell Maurice, Terese Manley, Kamel Saidi, Philip Hall, Christopher Stockhowe, Michael O'Shea, Raymond Sheh
Imagine the possibilities of using an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to carry a wireless broadband communications network to support a public safety mission

Survey of Drone Usage in Public Safety Agencies

Author(s)
Hien V. Nguyen, Terese W. Manley, Kamel S. Saidi
The Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) conducted a survey to explore ways in
Created November 14, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021